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Born in the Southwest, raised in the Northwest, I have called the South Pacific home for nearly 25 years. I founded J2 Travels in the late 1990s to share our knowledge with other like minded travelers – remembering always, that the joy is in the journey. I currently live on Maui, I'm endorsed by IATA, and am a member of the Fiji, Tahiti and New Zealand Tourism Boards.


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Overview


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Overview - Royal Huahine. Copyright Royal Huahine.

Formerly known as the Huahine Te Tiare Beach Resort, this resort is a place where you can slip into a different world, a different culture, where you are sure to meet new and interesting people--a place to be surrounded by a calmness that you might only dream about.



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Royal Huahine


 
 
 
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Overview



This resort is the most recent luxury hotel developed in Huahine, the
"Garden Island". Each bungalow provides modern comfort in a Polynesian atmosphere.

Complimentary activities include scheduled boat transfers to and from the main town of Fare, snorkeling, kayak and outrigger canoe paddling, table tennis, beach volley and local cultural activities.

Other activities include: botanical garden and vanilla plantation visits, picnic and circle island tour by canoe, horse back riding, sunset cruises, deep sea fishing, scuba diving, surf transfers as well as car, scooter, motor dinghy and bicycle rentals.

Travel Agent Reviews




Review date:   January 15, 2018 1:06PM
 
Review:   Recommended for: Divers

Pros: From one of my clients, who stayed at Ninamu and Royal Huahine: "The Royal Huahine was a bit more private and had more amenities, but also had less opportunity for socializing. The rooms had A/C, a hot water kettle & mini-fridge. There is a supermarket in town to stock up on supplies if you don't want to have every meal at the restaurant. Some guests complained that it was lonely, but I found it restful. They had 4 boats a day into town, and you could schedule extra boats to go early for diving. I whole-heartedly recommend Mahana Dive. Other divers preferred it to the other dive shop on the island. Annie, the owner, speaks English and is committed to small groups and dive safety. She and her dive captain, Robert (an American) are great resources for things to do on the island. I brought my own dive gear but would use her rental gear if I were to visit again in order to save traveling weight. She had good quality weight-integrated BCDs and short wetsuits. Most diving was in the Pass, and on some days there was a fair amount of current. They did not use reef hooks, so dive gloves would be helpful. We saw lots of sharks, eagle rays, turtles and large schools of jacks. There were a few trips to areas with more coral, but most of the diving seemed to be about the pelagics.".

Cons: Isolated from town (could also be considered a plus!), required boat to get to town, most of staff French/Tahitian speaking only with exception of front reception staff who spoke excellent English.

 
Travel Agent:  
Teresa Nelle, Avenue Two Travel, a Virtuoso Agency   Teresa Nelle
Avenue Two Travel, a Virtuoso Agency
Lahaina, HI US

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